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  • General support

At this time of uncertainty we want you to know that we’re here to support you in preparing for your next steps. We have a whole host of resources available for you to discover.

Find resources to support you throughout your journey, whether you need tips on maintaining positive wellbeing, or support making decisions in the current circumstances.

Virtual events

We're offering a programme of online events and workshops for students and teachers. Visit our events page for our latest virtual events.

You can also watch back our previous live streams on our YouTube Channel:

YouTube Channel

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  • Wellbeing advice

    Now more than ever, keeping connected is key to everyone’s mental health and wellbeing. Check out our top tips on how to stay healthy and connected by utilising a range of resources.

    Presentation on wellbeing

  • Making university decisions in a digital world

    It's really important that you’re able to make decisions during this time so we’ve put together a short presentation on tips to support you and the kind of things you may be considering - as well as links to external resources that can help you.

    Presentation on making decisions in a digital world

  • Resources for teachers and advisors

If you’re a teacher or advisor we have a wide range of resources that can be shared with your students or used as part of your wider programme of IAG.

Our team are also available to host and deliver webinars and virtual sessions for your students. If you’d like to find out more about what we can offer, email our team at educationliaison@mdx.ac.uk.

You can also register here to receive all the latest updates from us.

Lunchtime Learning for Teachers

If you’re a teacher or careers advisor, join our team for our live Lunchtime Learning series. We’ll be sharing our advice and resources on a range of topics for teachers, from Gatsby Benchmarks to Personal Statements. Every fortnight on Wednesdays, 1-2pm.

Find out more

Supporting disadvantaged students

To help you navigate what government support is available for students from disadvantaged groups, we’ve rounded up all the latest funding, resources and advice in this handy two-page guide.

Supporting disadvantaged students

  • Reference writing

    As a teacher or advisor you will be expected to write a reference to go along with your student's application. Learn why this is important, what to include and how to lay it out.

  • Discover me / careers match for staff

    Our free careers assessment can help students understand their employability skills and shows the vast array of career opportunities available. Work with them to make this process easier.

    Get them job ready

  • Resources for Year 13 students

If you’re in Year 13 you may want to look at our presentations on student finance, budgeting, and interview skills. You may also be considering applying for Degree Apprenticeships, in which case you can find out more about what this involves and how to apply.

  • Basic interview skills

    Get the skills to ace your interview including how to prepare, what questions to ask and what to expect.

    Ace your interview

  • Nursing interview skills

    Thinking about a career as a nurse or midwife? Make sure you're prepared for your interviews with our handy workbook, ideal for working in groups or individually:

  • Resources for Year 12 students

If you’re in Year 12 you can explore and download our resources on areas such as choosing a university and course, applying through UCAS, writing your personal statement and student life.

  • Choosing a university and course

    This presentation will give you helpful options for making the right decision for your course and university

    University and course presentation

  • Introduction to UCAS

    Everything to get you started on your UCAS application.

    UCAS presentation

Personal statement

Your personal statement is an important part of your application to University. We’ve put together some resources for everything you need to get started including suggested structure, thought-provoking questions and personal statement dos and don'ts.

Benefits of going to University

Break down the myths and rumours and find out why University could be your next step

Learn the benefits

Support for students with additional needs

We have a dedicated support and wellbeing resources for students who may need additional support while at MDX

Find your support

Commuting to University

Travelling to university? Learn the best routes as well as some top tips for making the most of your journey.

Grab your oyster card

Problem solving

How well do you think you work on your problem solving

Get to know Middlesex University

Want to know more about us? We've put together a presentation with everything you need to know about MDX

Find out more

Student life

Get a fresh perspective on student life at a university with key information on Welcome week, study time vs free time, finances and support.

What to expect as a student

Degree Apprenticeships

All your questions answered about Apprenticeships

  • Resources for Years 7-11 students

For Years 7 to 11 we have a whole host of activities, presentations and quizzes that will allow you to discover your learning style, find a future career pathway and give you a taste of University life and what it’s like to be a student!

Downloadable activities

Download our Make Your Mark Teacher and Advisor pack to find quizzes, word searches and bite size videos which meet a number of curriculum and career guidance needs.

Teacher and Advisor Pack

Take a peek at our Make Your Mark videos to see how Middlesex student ambassadors can inspire students from Year 7 – Year 11.


Digital Success Camps

The October Success Camp was a free virtual camp full of fun video game design sessions. These workshops helped to build background knowledge in important digital skills and help to develop student's literacy and numeracy skills too.

Camp resources

The sessions were designed with the KS3 curriculum in mind focussing on PSHCE, computing and literacy.

Previous Lessons

  • Discover Me

    Try our innovative Discover Me quiz that matches your skills and personality traits to relevant careers, helping you plan your future.

    Discover Me

  • Discover my learning style

    You can also try our quiz which will help you discover more about how you work, and what way of learning works best for you.

    Discover my learning style

  • Future Pathways

    If you’re not sure about which path to take to your next steps the try our Future Pathways activity and discover more about how to get there.

    Future Pathways activity

  • Application tips and guidance

    We also have resources to help you choose your GCSE options, masterclasses to write an amazing CV, cover letter, application form, and much much more.

    GCSE option resources

  • Careers

Discover me / Careers match

Try our free careers assessment and get your own personal profile

Get started

Nursing and midwifery careers

Nursing and Midwifery courses at MDX can set you up with a lifelong and rewarding career.

Discover a nursing career

LinkedIn and Slenky

Set up a profile on LinkedIn, take your shot on Slenky and understand your employability skills.

Get job ready

Careers conference

Have a look through our previous years conferences to get inspired

View the presentations


Our virtual experience

Want to study at MDX? Chat to our students and staff

Join our virtual experience

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